Mothers Defend Sons Accused of Sexual Assault
“Few issues in education today are as intensely debated as the way colleges deal with sexual misconduct. Women’s groups and victims’ advocates have deplored Ms. DeVos’s moves, saying they will allow colleges to wash their hands of the problem. But a growing corps of legal experts and defense lawyers have argued that the Obama rules created a culture in which accused students, most of them men, were presumed guilty.”
Read the article by Anemona Hartocollis and Christina Capecchi in the Sunday New York Times.